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    Question#1 S= 3800000 S= Future Value P= ?P= Present Value r= 5% r= interest rate t= 1 yr t= time S=P(1+rt) 3800= P(1+(0.05)(1)) P= $3619 Question#2 Account A Account B S= 4100 S= 5500 P= ?t= 2 yrs t= 1 yr P= ?r= 5% r= 5% S=P(1+rt) S=P(1+rt) 4100= P(1+(0.05)(1)) 5500= P(1+(0.05)(2)) P= $3905 P= $4989 Combined PV= 3905+4989= $8894 Question#3 S= 158000 r=...

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    As дЫПProfitability Index = Total Present Value/Initial InvestmentдЫќ so firstly we will compute Total present value with the help of given information and then will find out NPV by subtracting initial investment from total present value.

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    I believe that this would be a desirable company to investors. This is because the cash on hand grows considerably each month and the sales are very steady. The fixed and variable costs may cause a slight dip every few months, but not enough to slow the companys overall growth.

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    In the given case, a person has decided to plan for the retirement and wants to save 2 million by the time he is 65 years old. The person wants to start saving from the present day which is his 30th birthday and has decided to continue up to the 65th birthday (including the same). The plan is to keep aside an equal amount on each of the birthday and put...

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    Moreover, IRR ranking is misleading here because the base investment (initial cash outflow) in the two projects is not the same. The cash outflow in Project p (200) is twice that of project q (100). Hence, it would not be appropriate to compare the two projects on IRR basis.

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    Based on these cash flows, the NPV of the Bauer Industries plant to construct lightweight trucks will be the summation of the present values of all the cash flows from year 1 to year 10 discounted back appropriately by the Cost of Capital 12 minus the Capital Expenditure made in the Year 0. As the capital expenditure is marked in negative, the NPV is...

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    P5-6 "Metal Press" Your firm uses return on assets (ROA) to evaluate investment centers and is considering changing the valuation basis of assets from historical cost to current value. When the historical cost of the asset is updated, a price index is used to approximate replacement value. For example, a metal fabrication press, which bends and shapes...

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    A risk-averse investor is one who, when given a choice of two investment options with similar expected return, would have a preference for the option which has comparative lower risk. In this case, a risk-averse investor is given two completely different economies as options and has a choice of investing in either of the two economies. The two economies...

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    Info Systems Technology (IST) is a manufacturer of microprocessor chips. The company has 100 million shares outstanding and no debt. Now, IST is supposed to raise capital worth 500 million in order to build a fresh production facility. In the occurrence of a financial distress, the company would experience a great loss of both consumers as well as...

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    Capital City Bank Group is a financial services company which is indulged in providing services related to the traditional system of deposits and credits. The bank is a holding company of the Capital City Bank and it also deals with various other forms of financial services like that of asset management, trust, providing financial assistance with...

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    You have just graduated from college and landed your first big job. You have always dreamed of being a homeowner, and after carefully shopping for your dream home, you find one that you would like to purchase at a cost of 250,000. After researching banks to find the best interest rate, you find that Banks for Homeowners offers the best rate of 6 interest...

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    дЫПThe answer certainly depends on the market. Baring an abnormal demand serge for a particular product at the end of a fiscal year, overproduction results on excess inventory. Since on traditional costs allocation systems overhead is distributed to the entire production, overproduction hides the higher costs of production in the excess inventories. But...

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